Historical Museum Frankfurt
The Polyphonic Museum by Jan Gerchow, Angela Jannelli and Aikaterini Dori
Working with immigrants and migrant communities
Jan Gerchow, Angela Jannelli, Aikaterini Dori describe the importance of working with immigrants and migrant communities at the Historical Museum Frankfurt through collaborative and participatory interpretation of collections and the creation of migration contemporary collections.
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